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‘I will win the league’

Sead Ramovic, who has never lost Kaizer Chiefs in five games, has shared a special dream after losing to Royal AM.

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TS Galaxy’s 44-year-old German coach, Ramovic, is still enjoying the high of defeating Amakhosi 1-0 in Nelspruit last weekend, a result that marked two wins and three draws against the Glamour Boys since Ramovic arrived in Mzansi.

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Following Sunday’s 1-0 defeat to Royal AM, Ramovic admitted that it was a heartbreaking setback for his ambition to chase Mamelodi Sundowns and one day win the title.

“Believe me, it’s so painful right now inside me because my goal was to win now [against Royal AM] and the next game to chase them [Sundowns] up,” Ramovic told the media after the game, as quoted by FARPost.

“I want to win; I want to chase because I know I will give everything, and the day will come with God’s will only. I want, and I will win…One day, I will win the league.

“I will work hard; this is my main goal, but right now, we have to be realistic. It’s a top-eight spot, if we reach this, it will be the same as winning the league right now.

“Because it’s a new club, everything is new. But my main task, my main goal, the dream for every coach, is to win the league. So, we have to fight, and I know it’s the hard work, patience, and knowledge of my past as a player.

“One day, I will win the league, only if God gives me health and if I’m still alive, of course. But with God’s will, I will. When this will be?

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Sead Ramovic
TS Galaxy coach Ramovic earns his money during a training session. Photo: Sydney Mahlangu/BackpagePix.

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“I don’t know, but I will try my best [to win it] in South Africa or somewhere else,” the former Wolfsburg goalkeeper concluded.


Meanwhile, the Rockets, who placed third with eight points behind Sundowns and with a game in hand, are focused on the trip to Durban to face AmaZulu on Wednesday evening at 19:30.

You can find more articles from Siseko Gwegwe here.

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